An exhibition with Ariane Jouhaud, Arthur Guespin, César Ropponen Brunel, Elisa Florimond, Gabriel Day, Kieu-Anh Phuong Nguyen, Lauren Januhowski, Lucille Leger, Maïa Lacoustille, margaus, Margaux Cusin, Nastassia Kotava, Noémie Pilo, Rémi Coignec, Victoire Gonzalvez.
The group exhibition Un plus grand lac brings together 15 young artists from the École nationale des Arts Décoratifs and the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Born from a collaboration between these two art schools and the Sorbonne-University, this original project inaugurates the creation of a collective of curators in the making: espace projectif.
In search of un plus grand lac, artists imagine spaces that allow them to "make with" the society around them. By rethinking our interactions with our habitat, this exhibition was born out of a spring confined to disrupted scales, where the most insignificant of infected particles taught us the considerable power of its echoes. From the infinitely small to the infinitely large, the artists brought together by the collective espace projectif envisage all the possibilities of investing in and inhabiting the environment, within an exhibition where the sidereal rubs shoulders with the triviality of everyday life.
October 3 to 25, 2020
Open from Wednesday to Sunday from 14h to 20h.
Public Opening Friday, October 2 from 6 to 11 p.m.
1 rue de l’Ancien Canal
Métro : Église de Pantin